Volcanoes are a natural disaster that are very powerful. For instance, an active can generate tsunamis, flash floods, earthquakes, mud flows, and rockfalls. Another interesting fact is, when magma from inside the Earth’s Upper Mantle comes up the the exterior, volcanoes are formed. When plates (make up the Earth’s Crust) move it creates friction which causes earthquakes and volcanic eruptions by the edges of plates. In addition, a fluidized medley of spongy pieces and hot, developing gases that pour down the walls of a volcano is called Pyroclastic flow. According to Weather Wiz Kid, there are 80 or more underwater volcanoes. In conclusion, Volcanoes are very powerful and interesting.
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It was a warm sunny day in Hawaii
People swimming in the blue ocean
It was a perfectly normal day
Then the storm came in
The raspy roar of a mountain like structure could be heard
Gases and rocks spray high up in the air lava fragments everywhere
It was like the sound of oil mixed with explosives
This monster could take down an entire forest with its mighty power
It howled as if it were a wolf in the moonlit night
This creature could last from a few months to millions of years
This is one of the 1,500 huge demons on Earth
Over time this horror will erupt and get even larger
Is this ever going to end?
This volcano is the largest in the world. It is in Hawaii. It is 4 acres wide.
This is the oldest active volcano. It is located in Italy and is profound to go back to 1500 B.C when it first erupted.
This is the smallest volcano in the world. It is called Taal volcano. It is located in the Philippines.